I am having difficulty in drawing a rectangle 670mm x 290mm this always end up larger than the sheet size, which is currently set at A2 wide. I have tried to increase the sheet size to A1 and also scale the item to 1:2, 2:1 one way it makes it very small the other seems to have no effect.
I am new to this and last used Autocad R14 so a long time ago any help would gratefully received
so welcome to our community.
When reading Your question, I suppose, that You are talking about Solid Edge 2D without any 3D document in use.
So if this is true, then the way to ahieve what You want will could be following:
Result shound now be something like
But this also should be shown and/or written in the help tutorials
great to read sometho g from You again - how are You?
Hope it has become a little better!
And thanks for providing the video.
After making this picture story I asked myself really why not simply taking a video of 1 minute instead.
Would be less work and effort.
But finally I hope, I was able to help.
Not to hijack the post, but, I'm doing OK, thanks....I'm going back to work [soft start anyway] on Monday, so back to a little bit of normal life might be a big help me cope too. The jetski came away completely in tact....not even a single a mark....so has since been in the garage, and will be until Christmas time probably. [unless my children want to take it out]
I feel, between your info and the video, there should be a good base point for @Chris16 to get things going a little better.
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